The future-value-of-money formula relates how much a current investment will be worth in the future, assuming a constant interest rate.
FV is the future value
PV is the present value or investment
I is the interest rate expressed as a fractional amount per compounding period—i.e., 5% is expressed as .05 n is the number of compounding periods.
(a) Create a MATLAB® function called future_ value with three inputs: the investment (present value), the interest rate expressed as a fraction, and the number of compounding periods.
(b) Use your function to determine the value of a $1000 investment in 10 years, assuming the interest rate is 0.5% per month, and the interest is compounded monthly.
This question belongs to MATLAB software and discusses about application of MATLAB in finance to create a MATLAB file which calculates future value of money.
Answer is in MATLAB format
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